About Raipur (RPR)
The capital of Chhattisgarh, Raipur is located on a large plain that is called the Rice Bowl of India, known for its hundreds of varieties of rice. With the Mahanadi River flowing to the east of the city, Raipur is surrounded by dense forests to the south, and has a sub-tropical climate with temperatures staying moderate for most of the year, apart from hot summers and plenty of rainfall in the monsoon season. An important city, Raipur is well-connected to the rest of India by trains and buses, as well as numerous daily flights offered by various airlines, some of whom offer budget tickets, making air travel popular.
Indore is situated on the Malwa Plateau in Madhya Pradesh, just north of the Vindhya Range. The largest city and the commercial capital of the state, Indore has a transitional climate that ranges between tropical wet and dry to humid sub-tropical. Indore is also the former capital of Indore and the erstwhile state of Central India. It attracts thousands of visitors each year, on business or leisure, many of whom choose the option of air travel, as a significant number airlines offer regular daily flights with budget and discounted tickets.